Re:Coded: The Organization Providing Coding Education for the War Affected Youth

Being a non-profit organization founded in the US, Re: Coded aims to train war or conflict affected youth on software development.
Re:Coded: The Organization Providing Coding Education for the War Affected Youth

Being a non-profit organization founded in the US, Re:Coded aims to train war or conflict affected youth on software development. Established in 2017, Re:Coded trained more than a thousand people on code writing.

According to the information provided by Re:Coded that currently operates in Iraq, Turkey and Yemen, 93% of the program graduates found a job in related field within 6 months. Among the benefits of Re:Coded, significant opportunities such as coding bootcamps, entrepreneurship trainings, shared work spaces and technology workshops can be listed.

Admitting individuals within the age group of 18 – 35, Re:Coded has received over 2,500 applications since 2017. Re:Coded generally admits 15-20 students to the program and pays attention that at least 35% of these consist of women.

To sum up, the main objective of Re:Coded founded by Alexandra Clare and Marcello Bonatto is to create new career opportunities for the war affected youth. Last but not least, let’s note that the "Front-End Web Development Coding Bootcamp by Re:Coded in Istanbul" Bootcamp will be held on the 15th of February.

We also would like to add that you must be 18 - 35 of age and have an intermediate knowledge of English in order to be eligible for application. The program will last for 5 months. You can apply the program here if you like.